A new exhibition documenting the career of ABBA will hit the Southbank Centre later this year.
The record-breaking Swedish group remain close to the hearts of millions, with their hits still sounding as fresh as ever.
ABBA: Super Troupers will document their rise to international success, an immersive project that unites the Southbank Centre, Entertainment Exhibitions International AB, and ABBA The Museum in Stockholm.
ABBA’s Frida Lyngstad says: “We are thrilled to be supporting the new exhibition ABBA: Super Troupers in London, especially since ABBA have always been very appreciative of the love and support shown to us by our fans in the UK.”
“We are so excited that the exhibition is taking place at the Southbank Centre, which is just a few short steps away from Waterloo - this connection brings to mind very happy memories of the song that started our great success in Britain!”
Band mate Björn Ulvaeus adds: “Since our songs, which were written in the 70s, are still being played today it’s particularly interesting that the Southbank Centre exhibition is placing them in the temporal context in which they were created. We recorded Mamma Mia in 1975. What happened that year in the UK and in the world? One thing is for certain – it seems unbelievably long ago!”
ABBA: Super Troupers runs between December 14th – April 29th. Tickets go on sale to the general public on July 6th.